We’re back with another outside play party and this months theme is Apples so we did a very unoriginal idea but a first for us and did some apple printing. We have an apple tree in the jungle garden and picked some of the apples from under neath it to use in our printing.
I started off by cutting the apple into various different segments – J loved the cut that showed the star in the middle, but we also had triangles, circles, apple shaped and squashed hearts which he could then use for the apple printing.
I set up a table in the garden with some red and green paint and left him to his apple printing. He had so much fun using the different shapes of appe I had cut and finding out what they printed like on the paper.
He was fascinated by the way that he could mix the colours on the apple to print in different ways.
Like I said a little unoriginal but a first for J and us and he had so much fun apple printing.
If you have been doing any play outside with Apples then please come and join in the party. Check out the cohosts blogs to see what fun they have been having and then link up your own apple fun.
This hop is being co-hosted by the following blogs:
Angelique Felix, Kitchen Counter Chronicles, The Fairy and The Frog, Rainy Day Mum, Loving My Nest,
Living at the Whitehead’s Zoo, Inspiration Laboratories, Growing a Jeweled Rose, and The Pleasantest Thing.
Apple printing looks good to me, and a great idea for your linky party. If it were Halloween I would link up apple bobbing and toffee apples! Thank you for joining Country Kids.
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oooh lovely idea Cerys. Thanks for linking up to Science Sparks and sorry for the late comment. xx
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